One Friday On Elm Street two of your favorite rapper’s favorite rappers decided to get together and frighten the streets. Jadakiss, aka Jason Voorhees, and Fabulous, aka Freddy Krueger, teamed up to viciously murder the rap game. This brutal combination was out for blood and showed no mercy!
They enlisted the assistance of several accomplices to go on this killing spree. Some of those co-conspirators included the likes of Swizz Beatz, Ted Smooth, Future and Teyana Taylor, just to name a few. The results aren’t all in but a lot of bodies have already been accounted for.
In a time when the NY murder rate is plummeting, these two took it upon themselves to re-establish the five boroughs as the murder capital of the world. Let’s be clear! Their crimes aren’t going unnoticed! From coast to coast the public is getting word and fascinated by the assassinations taking place!
One Friday On Elm Street two of your favorite rapper’s favorite rappers decided to get together and frighten the streets.
Even if you aren’t relaxing in Camp Crystal Lake or nodding off on Elm Street, you’re in danger of getting swept up in these two killer’s killing spree! Consider yourself blessed if you are and accept the fact you’re dead if you aren’t.
Hopefully these two will hit the road soon to bring the DEATH JAM near you!
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Review: Sparkle Hard by Stephen Malkmus & the Jicks
Another in a line of creative records from the ex-Pavement front-man.
I heard that Stephen Malkmus shelved a much more electronic record in favor of this new Jicks album. While I’d love to hear him outside his comfort zone, Malkmus really does excel within it. The last few Jicks records are rock solid and this new one is no exception. Malkmus brings all the sardonic line deliveries, geeky wordplay, and fresh guitar noodlings fans expect from the Pavement front man.
On his seventh record with the Jicks, Malkmus stretches out, allowing himself to reach back through the 90’s into some decidedly late 70’s/early 80’s prog-rock sounds in tracks like “Rattler,” “Shingy,” and “Future Suite.” Things get beautifully retro in the gorgeously stringy “Solid Silk” and you can hear some Keith Richards influence in the guitars on “Bike Lane.” Throw in the alt country twang of duet “Refute” with fellow 90’s icon Kim Gordon, and you got one of the best records of the year.
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